Staging vs. Scaffold

Staging vs. Scaffold — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Staging and Scaffold

Stagingnoun

A temporary platform or system of platforms used for support; scaffolding.

Scaffoldnoun

A temporary platform, either supported from below or suspended from above, on which workers sit or stand when performing tasks at heights above the ground.

Stagingnoun

The process or manner of putting on a play on the stage.

Scaffoldnoun

A raised wooden framework or platform.

Stagingnoun

The art or process of arranging the elements included in a shot in front of a camera, as for a movie

The horror film's exquisite staging works to unsettle its viewers.

Scaffoldnoun

A platform used in the execution of condemned prisoners, as by hanging or beheading.

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Stagingnoun

The act of jettisoning a stage of a multistage rocket.

Scaffoldverb

To provide or support with a raised framework or platform.

Stagingnoun

The operation of stagecoaches as an enterprise.

Scaffoldverb

To place on a raised framework or platform.

Stagingnoun

Travel by stagecoach.

Scaffoldnoun

A structure made of scaffolding for workers to stand on while working on a building.

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Stagingnoun

(theater) A performance of a play

Scaffoldnoun

An elevated platform on which a criminal is executed.

Stagingnoun

The scenery and/or organization of actors' movements on stage.

Scaffoldnoun

An elevated platform on which dead bodies are ritually disposed of, as by some Native American tribes.

Stagingnoun

(by extension) The arrangement or layout of something in order to create an impression.

Scaffoldnoun

(metalworking) An accumulation of adherent, partly fused material forming a shelf or dome-shaped obstruction above the tuyeres in a blast furnace.

Stagingnoun

The organization of something in order to prepare for or facilitate working with it.

Scaffoldnoun

(sciences) A structure that provides support for some other material.

Stagingnoun

A structure of posts and boards for supporting workmen, etc., as in building.

Scaffoldverb

(transitive) To set up a scaffolding; to surround a building with scaffolding.

Stagingnoun

The act or process of putting on an event.

Scaffoldverb

(transitive) To sustain; to provide support for.

Stagingnoun

The business of running stagecoaches.

Scaffoldverb

(transitive) To dispose of the bodies of the dead on a scaffold or raised platform, as by some Native American tribes.

Stagingnoun

The act of journeying in stagecoaches.

Scaffoldnoun

a platform from which criminals are executed (hanged or beheaded)

Stagingnoun

The classification of a case of a disease, usually a cancer, into its anatomic or prognostic stage, which is a category of severity.

Scaffoldnoun

a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers

Stagingnoun

the production of a drama on the stage

Scaffoldverb

provide with a scaffold for support;

scaffold the building before painting it

Stagingnoun

a system of scaffolds

Stagingnoun

travel by stagecoach

Stagingnoun

getting rid of a stage of a multistage rocket